The traveling furor that King Juan Carlos starred in between 2008 and 2018 has led to a massive increase in his environmental footprint in the form of greenhouse gas emissions: the private flights used by the emeritus have added at least 3,400 tons of CO2. to your personal weather bill. It comes out an average of 340 tons per year. It multiplies by 68 the annual emissions per capita in Spain which are, approximately, five tons per citizen.
The regulations imposed by Felipe VI on the royal family prevent Juan Carlos I from receiving loans with below-market interest